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SAP and Trenitalia’s IoT-Enabled Dynamic Maintenance

Earlier this year, SAP and Trenitalia organized an Executive Summit in Rome and the National Railway Museum in Pietrarsa (Naples).  During the event Trenitalia, Italy’s national railway operator, communicated the company’s new IoT-enabled approach to maintenance management that will run on SAP software.  Trenitalia expects that the approach will help it save more than €100 […]

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SAP Steps Up IIoT Investments

SAP’s recent IoT announcements, though substantial, may only be the tip of the iceberg.  SAP acquired two companies, announced a major 5 year IoT investment plan and a plan to establish “IoT Labs” around the world, and announced the availability of jump start and accelerator packages for Industry 4.0 that feature IoT solutions. SAP IoT […]

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Maintaining Technology Investment in Challenging Times

As we’ve witnessed, the upstream oil industry is inextricably dependent on the global barrel price of oil, and it has been in a world of hurt since the 2014 price collapse. Anadarko is one of those upstream oil companies struggling to accommodate what some believe is the “new normal.” Its revenues have declined and the […]

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For EDF Renewable Energy the SAP Systems Will Consume the OT Data

In my last blog “Moving Beyond the Process Historian: IT Platforms Consume OT Data Entirely”, I described the shift in how industrial organizations are thinking about platforms for big data and analytics. The article describes business perspective from an IT-OT data integration perspective and shifting how companies will build platforms that are designed to help operations become […]

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Trenitalia’s Dynamic Maintenance Results in Massive Increases in Reliability And Savings

Trenitalia is Italy’s state-owned, public railway company with a 5.5 B Euro turnover. The company has gone through major technical and cultural changes during the past ten years. In 2006 the company had around 50.000 employees and lost around 1B Euro per year. Today the company has 32.000 employees, operates more trains than in the past […]

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